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THE CSSOOji JLOBE.
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10. 1903. 20 ADVERTISE THE FAIR. IIcr is n snitetition far the Lew is ami CUrk Fair board ancnt the question of M'lveKtimng theI 9 0 5 Fair. Let tli board have ' I urge iiHmW f nits nmlw, f nom neat design mivertiMikg tbe fair, and apply one to every job printer and country print ebop i.t the state whi're j b print ing done with the 'request lh.it they It-. run on evety Jl of euVelojMM turnjj out of t't ihop. provided, of course, thtt the custumer des not object. Such, a method would give' the fair Urge tiiiintmtofexedlent advertising and would be, in a way, in the form of a Boiled petition froni every sec tion of the stale to the people of the world at large to come to the Fair. TUe cuts should be small (not to exceed two inchee :rqn.rt) ijfal and and clear and could be furnialied free'by the- board at a very small cost. While it ia im possible for many coontry pub ligheas to accept and . publish the Jong articles of advertising matter pent out by the board it is hot like ly that a single printer would re fuse to make use of a design of this kind in the manner suggested above. Some few of their custom ers might refuse to allow the de rign to be used on their work but the number of such would be fiuall. . Disastrous Wrecks. Carelessness ii responsible fur many a rail war wreck and the nine causes are making woman wrecks of sufferer from Throat and Long trouble. Bat since the advent of Dr. King's New Diecovaoy for Consumption, Conghs and Colds, even the worst cases can be cored, and hopeless resignation is no longer neces sary. Mm. Louis Cragg, of Dorchester, Mass., is of mauy -whose life was saved by Dr. King's New Discovery. Thi great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lang diseases by Condon J'l.armary. Price 50c and fl.OQ. T'ial bottles free. MOULD PA YII1S OWN W A Y. At least one member of the legis lature takes the same view of the responsibility for ihe defective tax law and the consequent necessity for a special session, ' as that ad vanced in this column last week. Writing on the subject to the Oregonian, Representative Charles V. Gallaway says: 'If it is necessary that, the legis lature be called in extra session to straighten out the tax law tangle, the duty of the members is plain. We are all responsible for the mis take, both those of us who voted for the bill and those who voted against it. The former did not know the measure was defective, Bud the latter were probably in a similar state of mind. ' If any one knew and kept silence, allowing the majority to blunder in ignor ance, his responsibility is by no means lessened. If called, the proper thing for us to do would, be to remedy our mistake and adjourn, accepting do compensation, either per diem, or mileage, for the ser vice. We should pay for our own blunders. ''If we meet under such condi tions, the business in hand will be attended to with expedition; there will be no hanging on to monkey with other subjects. There need be yery few clerks. The expense of such a session would be small indeed. 'We can afford to do this much to put things to rights, and such is our duty.'; - -r ' ' ; " Senators, congressman and oth ers are in the thick of the mire. Mayor and police chiefs consider ! it their especial privilege and hoM op their hand In horror if on e f the common people presumes U espwtulate. And even the policemen and the bailiff and the rest of the little fel lows must have their share of the spoils. Bat the responsibility for this condition of affairs may be laid t a great extent at the door of the bf Iter elements of the various com iiiunitifS. v You atk why? It is the privilege of every Ameri can citixen of legal age to go to the polls and cast his vote for whom soever he chooses. Do you do your duty in this re spect? Do you cast your ballot .for men who are above corruption? Do rouask your upright neighbor to go with you and try to put the boodter and the grafter out of 'of ficer ' ;; ' v We arecertafnly'drifting into an age of grafting, and honorable men who fail to grasp the significance cf this statement are responsible in a great measure for making this deplorable condition of affairs possible. Fifteen Years Ago. (Written for U Oua I wandered to thsgmg shop Tom; I stood beside the bar, I drank a bowl of lemonade and smoked a bad cigar. The him old kegs and mngs were there tbe ones we osed to snow When we were on tbe ronnd-ap Tom. jast fifteen years ago. I asked a boot oar old-time friends.thoss , cherished sporty men, And some were in the poor house Tom, and some were in the pea. And one, the one we liked the best, the hangman laid him low. The world is much the same dear Tom, as fifteen years ago. New crowds line op against tbe bar and call for crimson ink. New hands are trembling as they poor the staff they shouldn't drink. Bat still the same old watchword rings: "This round's on me y-a know" -The same old cry of doom we beard some fifteen rears ago. I wandered to the churchyard Tom, and there I saw the graves Of tbose osed to drown themselves in red fermented waves, And there were women sleeping there where grass and dasies grow. Who wept and died of broken hearts some fifteen years ago. And there were graves where children slept, have slept for many a year Forgetful of the woes that marked their fitful sojoarn here, And 'neatb a tall white monument in death there lietb low The man who osed to sell tbe drink some fifteen years ago. Matney, Nov. 9. W . AN AGE OF GRAFT. Are we drifting into an age' of grafting and boodling? It would really seem so. From the north, and the south. and the east, and tbe west, comes revolting stories of graft, graft, graft. Graft so thick and so rotten that it is a stench in the nostrils bf all honorable men. ' The art of grafting seems to have .been added to the curriculum of the nation within the past few years and experience, being a cost ly but thorough teacher, has been instilling the principles persistent ly. New York, Philadelphia, Chi cago and Minneapolis have proven tho best learners of the new art. but (here is a sort of a preparatory school in other and" smaller cities tlwt . may graduate into the larger univcmly of craft. Government and state officials arc frequently exposed to the pub lic view as adepts in the art o grafting. A Runaway Bicycle. Terminated with an ngly cnt on the leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grave, III. It developed a etabborn alcer unyield ing to doctors and remedies for four years. Then Bocklen's Arnica Salve cared. It's just as good for Burns, Sca'lds, Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c at Condon Pharmacy. Raad the Market News In The Oregon Daily Journal. Nothing is omitted which concerns the interest of buyers and sellers in the live stock, grain, provisions, produce and financial markets the quotation are comprehensive, and are in every wav reliable. The Journal in addition carries every lay a full and truthful report of tbe world's news and presents many special features of deep interest to the average reader. The Journal's woman's page the illustrated sporting news page. Jour nal stories, and comic pages and other eoodthines make it a verr popular tain tlv newspaper, clean and bright from A to Z vear in and year oat. Uailv, one vear Sy mail, nnlv W.tit months S2 Zo; three months f 1.25. 8einf-weeltl,104 istnps.one year f 1.60. Weekly 11.60. The Weekly and Semi- Weekly contain the market news and the same featnres of the Daily. Address The Joubkal, Portland.Oregnn. R. L B. SMITH. OSTEOPATH. Griduteof ths American School of Osteopathy, o( Kirksvllle, Mo. Appendicitis rand witboat tbe ase of ths knife. 4-09 Oregonian Bids;., PORTLAND. - - OREGON. fylJARY BOWEBMAN M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office at J. T. Reisacher'a Residence. CONDON - - OREGON T. BROWN SC. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Day or night calls promptly answered Office In Condon Pharmacy Building, Inside each pound package of Lion Soffoo will be found a FRET. came. 60 different games. All new. At Your Grocer. i lie "VuaiitY; oiore IvORD & COMPANY When in need of ience poets give the Lost Valley Lumber 0. a call. They hava 20,000 first-class fir and tamarack posts for sale. . tf E. C. MERWFlEtO, RESIDENT ARTIST, formerly of Arlington. COPYING, ENLAKGINU, VIEWING. Neat Lin of Thoto Buttons. PORTRAITURE k SPECIALTY. Stadia West Side North Main Blreet. Fall and Winter MUIIneru Largest and Finest Assortment Ever Of fered in Condon. Call and be Suited in Stjle, Quality, Price. Miss Dora Downing. DOWNEY'S PHOTO STUDIO IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Second Floor Hollenbeck Big., East side North Main street, Condon - - Oregon ALBERT DAKS- LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Our Livery Stock is First class. Best attention to . Boarding Stock. Yoar Patronage Solicited. SPHIHC STREET, CONDON. Executor's Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby ffiTen tbt tbe ondersif ned, has been regularly appointed executor ol the estate ot Mary Young Foster, deceased, by tbe Honorable County Court of the State ot Oregon (or Gilliam Coanty, All persons baring claims against said estate are hereby notified to present tbe same with the proper Touchers, duly verified as required by law to tbe undersigned at the office ol J. W. Snover, bis attorney, atjCondon, Gilliam County, Oregon within six months from tbe 15tb day of October, 1903, tbe same being tbe date hereof and the date of the first publication of this notice in tbe Cokoom Globe. A. O. Torn a. Executor of the Estate of Vary Young Foster, deceased. CONDON OREGON D. C. LAZIER M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. X-Ray and all forms of. Electrical treatment glren at oBtce. ' Office opposite Bank Building. ARLINGTON, - - OREGON. M REGULATOR LINE STEAMERS. From Portland to The Dalles. Steamers: "Baily Gatzert," "Dalles City," "Regulator," "Metlako," Steamers leave Portland and Tbe Dalles daily (except Sunday) at 7 a. ni., connecting at Lyle, '.Vash., with C R. & N. Ry. Co. for Daley, Centerville, Goldendale and all Klickitat Valley points. Steatr.er "Bailey Gatzert" leaves Portland 7 a. m. Tuesdays, Thurs days, Saturdays, TheDalles 7 a. m Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays. Until further notice round trip tick ets 50o to any landing betweenThe Dalles and Portland on strs. Bailv Gatzert and Dalles City. Excellent meals served on all steamers. Fine accomodations for teams and wagons. Call on or address H. C. Campbell, Manager, A.W.Ziminerman Portland, Or. Agent, The Dalles,Or. 8TACE TIME TASLL Stages will arrive at and depart from Condon on the following schedule. ARRIVE FROM Fossil 9:30 A. M Arlington.. ....2:30 P. M DEPART FOB " Arlington... 9:45 A. M Fossil.. ;... ........ .2:30 P.M. J. W.Jackson & Co., Pbops. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Br.imo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If It fails to curs E. W. O'ove's niu'iiuture is oil each box. JSC Advance Shipments of Our NEW FALL STOCK ARRIVING DAILY AND NOW ON DISPLAY; NEW DRESS GOODS IN Silks,; Sackings, Prunellias, Zebelines and Chevoits. New Outings and Flanneletts, New Wraps for Lad ies, Misses and Children. Men's, Youth's and Children's New Clothing. New Portieres Curtains, Couch and Cushion covers. COME WHERE YOU HAVE THE Q JAHTITY AS WELL AS THE QUALITY TOCHQOSEiFRQM THE QUALITY STORE, LORE) & CO. LORD & CO. ARLINGTON. OREGON. . NUI K K HOB ryWJCATIOiN. . I.Am0rict , Tss HAU.S4, Oa., Ovt. ,Kt' Kotlr la hereby (Ittntlmt ths fiOlnwIiis nam. . ed svUWr hit DM Itntlr. mt bis lufeiitloQ tw make IIiimI pnxtt In sopsoH 4 Mi rlalm, . thai sakl muI will be mU fcahw tf lower maw, U. it itommlMltMivr at Cimdvn, Ortfuai, Hornby. Mormtr as, 1A, is: , . HAVUKL A. rATTtHON, ot Celidoaj, Oivem. H. K. Ko.fcK.4luf thelU BRV.. H, s4W4 tkti awe, II T.SSm H. 'if K. VS , M. H naiaM the loll.iwtns ltn to m kk eiHillitiiou ivakieikv. MMNi a4 fttMlvaUon of Mil Um4, ls: ft.r.trllanl, i. K Wills. H, W. rUftnsaej ami k. U falUwfU.aUof Vwndoti, orvgo. . MivaUSbT. riiM, Tr0urr Notlc. Anrount warrasis riiltrtJ prior I. Oct.' 1, 1902. Ilk b psild apo prv watatlou si my offlt. Interest chki sftsr 8.1. 10, 1903. 1', tl. PlftMBItMNt Trsnrr of Ottllsro county, OrjtB. All iters ins ls)rlnf to ssttls thslr sc rounti with as furls our sbs.aus) from town' can da so by cslllnf st tbs Conrftm fb.ritiscy whers oar bank! hnvs) bssu lelt. lOtf UrsfHsiaton Rias. Th rath I nf Outfit for Sal. ' Ws h fur nit sU or ssvsn Ism smt smnll Iftrsahlnf outfits, sous ffttsil with borsepow.r, vtbsrs with slsnm. H can ll a fio.! rl fur 490 or 600. Vtm hsvson.rtf which has bss) ran only 40 days which wt will trad lor borss.. PartU In niHl of a thrsshtnf ontfll will 0ari H to trilr artsaniafw to luvsattgat ' oar llasof bar-alns. Uall on or adtlraa r III Orsgoo Tr.ll of Co., Wasco, Or. lAFTlST CKSISCI tUYlCtt. Praehln( tsrvlcst on tbt First, Thlnl and Foarth Suadayt of ths taoalh at II A. M. ami S P. M. Iitor holds swrvlco at May villa tbs Sscoad Sanday I es month. Bonday 8chwl, 10 o'clock ttary Sunday morning. Fraysr asrotlaf, Thursday svanlngs at o'clock. Everybody cordially Invitsd to altsad tnrso sat lcss. V. O. Flow ass, Psstoi AdvertiM in Tut Globi. Condon Milling Co. MANUFACTUHERS OF High Patent Flour, Graham Flour, Germ Meal, Chop, Feed. STEAM-ROLLED WHEAT AND BARLEY. SCALE OF PRICES. Steam Rolled Barlay. .$23.00 Steam Rolled Wheat.. 23.00 Mill Feed 115.00 Flour, per bbl 4.00 - Prices liable to change at any time. Every sack of oar flour is fully guaranteed or money refunded. INSURE ft GOOD PROP BY USING Superior and Monitor Drills floe and Disc. Carload of Each. U. b. BARKER, Agent, CONDON - OREGON. tna fibsi aa BUCK HORN BILLIflRD HflLL B. K. sVCAROY. fropr. SKW BUILDING. FURNITURE AND FIXTURES FINEtfT UKSORT IN THE CITY Fine Liquid Refreshment and Claar Elegant Billiard Tablo for Uso of Patrons. hi W u 4 St Jw5 i . a Frad Wilson. Frank Wilson. THEBANK. WILSON BROS., PROFS. Ererytbing new and A GENTLEMEN'S Finest quality of Ci st rictly fi r s t-c lass RESORT. - Kar" Wines, Liquors New Stone Building, West Side Main St., f CONDON, - - OREGON. ! ruvrinnAnuuiJiAnnruutnnnnnnrinra rjiruinnriAnnnuinnrunnnnnArinunnruinAnnnni Summit Saloon, SEARCY & PALMER, PROPS. CONDON, OREGON. Finest Wines Liquors, Cigars. Ice cold Beer a Healthful Hot Weather Beverage. 4minwiruwuuuuuuuuvui ruinnuuiinnYinnnruinnnnvuvn Kentucky Liquor Store J. L. ROSS Prop. Hop Gold Bottled Beer Old Grandad, Harper and Jesse Moore Whiskey. Special attention given orders from out of town. When in Arlington call on me. Linjuvivruxn TwvxnnruuvvuxnnTuinnru COMPAIIY. annjwnnnnjvxnnvuxnnnniw . a V !-v THECOIIDOH P perlal stlrntlon to (rare strr's trad. First-Has stork and rarsfol drirrri. BALED II AY AND CHOP FEED FOR SALE. CONDON, OREGON. ihniinnnnrtnnuvarvuinnnnvruw LOST VALLEY LUMBER CO. HERBERT HALSTEAD, Manaserl ROUGH AtiD DRESSED LUMBER. ' V 'y'i A We offer a complete stock of Fine Surfaced Lumber, consisting of Flooring, Cell log, Rustic, Ship-Up and all kinds of Rough Lumber. - Carefa) at ten given to bills of special sues and dimension stuff. ' ' MILL ONE-HALF MILE SOUTHEAST OF POST OFFICE, LOST VALLEY, OREGON. THE CELEBRATED ' . ' '' " .. COLUMBIA BREWERY . . AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop. Of the product nf this well-known brewery th United State Health Reports for June 28, 1900. sajra: "A more poperlor brew never eatered Ui labratory nf the United Bute Hralth reports. It if absolutely devoid of th sliirhtest trace of adnlterelion, but on th other hand Is omposd el the best of malt and and choicest of hops. Its tonic qualities are af the highest and It can be need with the greatest benefit and satisfaction by both old and young. Its nse can conscientiously be prescribed by the physicians with ths eertaintv that a better, purer or more wholesome beveragecould not possibly be found." East Second Street, THE DALLES, OREGON. Condon Meat Co. WM. C. EDDON, Manager. Moore & Golden, GASH GROCERS. Our stock is now arriving and is fresh, clean and up-to-date. , GROCERIES : FRUIT : YECETABLES All fresb and goo d to eat. : Call and get out prices. ' t " SPRING STREET, CSKDON, OREGON: The Oregon Weekly Journal, a Demo cratic newspaper, 16 pages, full of news all of it! 11 a year to any address.' Ths Journal. 1. O. Box 121, Portland, Or. ' Now Occupying Our Own New. Building Main Street,. , . .' Finest Beef, Pork, Mutton. We recommend and guarantee'our own ruake of - - Sugar-cured Maun, Breakfast Bacon, Lard Sau sage and Bologna Try them once and be convinced. Qvruvvrvurnnruimrvi iiiu ouiuiiiiD nuuuu D. M. R1NEHART. Prop. 2 New Building and Furnishings. Finest Location c in the City. First-class in Every Respect. Well Appointed Bath for use of Guests. Our Table is 2 Supplied with the Best the Market Affords. f Commercial Trade a Speolattu. 5nplnn ikttftftt An Rlnnk Fatt ffinm Main mfaTB mmm aj r VI V W Wf sTBaw awivvll MWVW 9 VHI IllUllM a Td Cure a Cold in One Day TdKi Laxative Bromo Quinine Tasts. Sevea 102km Voxes sold b fast 12 months. Tfcb S0&tcre( Ur? C&m Crip fa Two Days. - on every